Georg August von Erbach-Schönberg, Graf zu Erbach, zu Schönberg, König und Breuberg, was born 17 June 1691 in Waldenburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany to Georg Albrecht II. von Erbach-Fürstenau (1648-1717) and Anna Dorothea Christina von Hohenlohe-Waldenburg (1656-1724) and died 29 March 1758 in Bad König, Germany of unspecified causes. He married Ferdinande Henriette zu Stolberg-Gedern (1699-1750) 15 December 1719 in Gedern, Germany. Notable ancestors include Henry II of England (1133-1189), William I of England (1027-1087), Charlemagne (747-814), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Alfred the Great (849-899), Rurik (c832-879). Ancestors are from Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Hungary, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Bohemia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Poland, England, Turkey, the Byzantine Empire.


Offspring of Georg August von Erbach-Schönberg and Ferdinande Henriette zu Stolberg-Gedern (1699-1750)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Christina zu Erbach-Schönberg (1721-1769)
Georg Ludwig II. zu Erbach-Schönberg (1723-1777)
Franz Karl zu Erbach-Schönberg (1724-1788)
Christian Adolf zu Erbach-Schönberg (1725-1725)
Karoline Ernestine zu Erbach-Schönberg (1727-1796) 20 August 1727 Gedern, Hesse, Germany 22 April 1796 Saalburg-Ebersdorf, Thuringia, Germany Heinrich XXIV. Reuß zu Ebersdorf (1724-1779)

Christian zu Erbach-Schönberg (1728-1799)
Auguste Friederike zu Erbach-Schönberg (1730-1801)
Georg August zu Erbach-Schönberg (1731-1799)
Karl zu Erbach-Schönberg (1732-1816)
Friedrich zu Erbach-Schönberg (1733-1733)
Luise Eleonore zu Erbach-Schönberg (1735-1816)
Kasimir zu Erbach-Schönberg (1736-1760)
Gustav Ernst zu Erbach-Schönberg (1739-1812)

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